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Get down to one of London’s poshest street parties and help raise funds for the Jubilee Sailing Trust.

The Motcomb Street Party, held in Belgravia on Wednesday 4 July, has chosen the Trust as one of its charity partners for the second year running.

Last year the event, attended by around 5,000 people including a host of celebrities, raised a staggering £34,000 for the Trust and another charity.

This year, with a performance lined up from the Rolling Clones, who perform classic Rolling Stone hits, as well as appearances by street entertainers and a range of kids’ attractions also scheduled, organisers the Belgravia Business Association are hoping for a similar result.

The Jubilee Sailing Trust was established in 1978 and operates under the patronage of HRH The Duke of York. The aim of the charity is to promote integration between able bodied and physically disabled men and women through the adventure of tall ship sailing.

The charity has taken more than 28,500 people to sea including more than 11,000 people with physical disabilities and 4,200 wheelchair users. Its ships, the Lord Nelson and Tenacious, are fitted with special facilities that enable disabled crewmembers to take an active part in running the ship.

Amanda Butcher Chief Executive of the Jubilee Sailing Trust said: “We are extremely grateful to be chosen as one of the Motcomb Street Party charities again, as last year we saw at first hand the incredible work undertaken by the organising Committee and the business of Belgravia. Thanks to their efforts the Motcomb Street Party is both a major fundraiser for good causes and a fantastic day out.”

She added, “The money raised at this event will help us continue our work of integrating people of all physical abilities on board our tall ships Lord Nelson and Tenacious.”

Festivities start at 5.30pm on Wednesday 4 July.
Get down to one of the world’s poshest street parties and help raise funds for the Jubilee Sailing Trust.

The Motcomb Street Party, held in London’s Belgravia on Wednesday 4 July, has chosen the Trust as one of its charity partners for the second year running.

Last year the event, attended by around 5,000 people including a host of celebrities, raised a staggering £34,000 for the Trust and another charity.

This year, with a performance lined up from the Rolling Clones, who perform classic Rolling Stone hits, as well as appearances by street entertainers and a range of kids’ attractions also scheduled, organisers the Belgravia Business Association are hoping for a similar result.

The Jubilee Sailing Trust was established in 1978 and operates under the patronage of HRH The Duke of York. The aim of the charity is to promote integration between able bodied and physically disabled men and women through the adventure of tall ship sailing.

The charity has taken more than 28,500 people to sea including more than 11,000 people with physical disabilities and 4,200 wheelchair users. Its ships, the Lord Nelson and Tenacious, are fitted with special facilities that enable disabled crewmembers to take an active part in running the ship.

Amanda Butcher Chief Executive of the Jubilee Sailing Trust said: “We are extremely grateful to be chosen as one of the Motcomb Street Party charities again, as last year we saw at first hand the incredible work undertaken by the organising Committee and the business of Belgravia. Thanks to their efforts the Motcomb Street Party is both a major fundraiser for good causes and a fantastic day out.”

She added, “The money raised at this event will help us continue our work of integrating people of all physical abilities on board our tall ships Lord Nelson and Tenacious.”

Festivities start at 5.30pm on Wednesday 4 July.

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